Tickets are available now.
This tour has been rescheduled. Fans who purchased tickets through Ticketmaster will be contacted by our Customer Services team with more information.
Frequently asked questions about cancelled and altered events can be found HERE
15 February 2021 – Roundhouse, London
16 February 2021 – Roundhouse, London
18 February 2021 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
20 February 2021 – O2 Academy, Glasgow
21 February 2021 – Dome, Doncaster
Louis Tomlinson will perform headline shows in London, Glasgow, Doncaster and Manchester in March 2020.
The news follows the announcement that Louis will release his highly anticipated debut solo album Walls on 31 January 2020, and coincides with the release of his brand new single We Made It.
Tomlinson’s new single We Made It, the first taken from his new album, combines his love for classic indie bands such as Oasis and Arctic Monkeys with modern electronic pop sounds.
The track is inspired by nights out in Manchester in the early days of One Direction: “Any time off I had, I’d go to Manchester for nights out with my mates. It made me realise I didn’t live in the real world anymore and I missed it. I loved being normal, reckless and stupid. It was the best escape. We’d stay up all night, talking about our dreams and what we thought would happen to us. That age is such an exciting time. You’ve no idea what the future holds, but you have so much potential. Where is my life headed? Who knows?”, Louis comments.
The track is also an ode to the musician’s fans, who have stuck by him during difficult times: “The chorus of We Made It is also about me and the fans. Between us, it has taken a lot to get here. I’ve had to work really hard, had to learn about so much about myself. I feel as though only when I get out to tour, to sing these songs directly to the fans, will I have cemented the start of my solo career”.
Watch the official visuals for the track below:
The musician first found fame as a member of pop megaband One Direction. Formed by Simon Cowell on The X Factor, 1D grew into one of the largest groups on the planet, selling over 100 million records and performing sold out stadium shows across the globe.
After the band announced their hiatus in 2016, Louis released his debut solo single Just Hold On with Steve Aoki with the track peaking at No.2 on the Official UK Singles Chart.
He followed the track in 2017 with the platinum selling collaboration Back To You featuring Bebe Rexha and follow up single Miss You.
After taking a break from releasing new material in 2018 to concentrate on making new music, Tomlinson released the single Two Of Us in March this year. The piano-led track is the lead single from his forthcoming album Walls and is dedicated to Louis’s mother, who passed away in 2016.
Last month Tomlinson released the second single from the forthcoming album, the boisterous Kill My Mind.
The musician will release his debut solo album Walls on 31 January 2020 and will head out on tour shortly afterwards in support of the new LP.
Here are the dates:
23 March 2020 – Roundhouse, London
24 March 2020 – Roundhouse, London
26 March 2020 – O2 Academy Glasgow
27 March 2020 – Doncaster Dome
28 March 2020 – O2 Apollo Manchester